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Food & Wine View: The Patio is the New Star!

Food & Wine View: The Patio is the New Star!

Food and Drink View: The Patio is the New Star! By Chris Murphy Well, the bars are not open and what do we do?  Yes, I know you want to go bar hopping as much as I do, but we just can’t.   So, how do we enjoy our favorite libations during this time?  Yes, friends, […]

By February 9, 2021 Read More →
Positive View: Modesto Skates

Positive View: Modesto Skates

PositiveView: Roller Skating is BackBy Tasha Wilson Roller skating is back, and it is right on time! Why? Well, because face it Positive Peeps, 2020 WAS A LOT! At the forefront is Covid-19. This disease has affected an unfathomable number of human beings globally, and here within Stanislaus County, many have been hit hard. During […]

By January 31, 2021 Read More →
GoSkiing

GoSkiing

GoSkiing By Chris Murphy Outdoor solo sports are one of the best things you can do during COVID times. Skiing the slopes of our Sierras is big fun, and it good for your soul and is loaded with fresh air. We have three great resorts that we can get to pretty quickly, all different but […]

By December 1, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
MODESTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA TO PRESENT VIRTUAL EVENT FEATURING RYAN MURRAY AND DON GRISHAW

MODESTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA TO PRESENT VIRTUAL EVENT FEATURING RYAN MURRAY AND DON GRISHAW

MODESTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA TO PRESENT VIRTUAL EVENT FEATURING RYAN MURRAY AND DON GRISHAW MODESTO, CA –The Modesto Symphony Orchestra (MSO) will present a free virtual event featuring MSO Associate Conductor and Modesto Symphony Youth Orchestra (MSYO) Music Director Ryan Murray and MSYO conductor Don Grishaw on Wednesday, September 23 at 7:00 pm. The live event will feature performances by Ryan […]

By September 17, 2020 Read More →
Ceres Drive-In Returns!

Ceres Drive-In Returns!

The Return of the Drive In! This is exciting news. The Ceres Drive In will be reopening later this month! In this day, the drive in has emerged as the safe way to do things and now, you can experience a real full sized screen, concessions, digital sound and a real drive-in experience. How cool […]

By September 5, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
WaterView – Until the Last Drop

WaterView – Until the Last Drop

WaterView By: The View Crew Without enough water, the communities that have blossomed along the banks of the Tuolumne, Stanislaus, Merced and San Joaquin rivers will wither and mostly die. Without enough water, the salmon that have returned to those same rivers to spawn for millennium might cease to exist. Is there enough water for […]

StarView: Perseid Meteor Shower

StarView: Perseid Meteor Shower

StarView: Perseid Meteor Shower The Perseid meteor shower always peaks each year around the 11-13th of August here in the Northern Hemisphere. On those days the Moon will be just past its last quarter, so moonlight will somewhat obscure this year’s astral show. Perseid tends to be quite bright so you still should see 40 […]

By July 29, 2020 Read More →
AuthorView – Birds and Birding

AuthorView – Birds and Birding

AuthorView By: The ViewCrew As president of Stanislaus Audubon Society, Salvatore Salerno wrote nearly 100 articles and essays on birds and birding culture for Valley Habitat, a newsletter that the chapter publishes with Yokuts Group of Sierra Club. Recently, he published these pieces in a two-volume set titled “Of Birds, Birders, and Birding.” Volume One […]

StarView

StarView

StarView By Chris Murphy In the words of Grandaddy, “So You’ll Aim for the Sky” and raise your eyes to the sky, where there is always a good FREE show. James Taylor also sang that the sky at night will put on a show for free. While you are at it, you might as well […]

FitView: Outdoor Fitness 12 Feet Apart

FitView: Outdoor Fitness 12 Feet Apart

FitView: Outdoor Fitness 12 Feet ApartBy Efren Martinez      The new normal in life is 6 feet apart with good measure. This has helped us Californians to really slow the spread of Covd-19. Great job everyone! Let’s keep rocking strong with this and perhaps even take it one step beyond when practicing your outdoor […]

By May 8, 2020 Read More →
AllAgesView – April Showers Bring May Flowers

AllAgesView – April Showers Bring May Flowers

AllAgesView By Sofia Johnson April Showers bring May Flowers ​As a sixteen year old, I, just like the rest of you I am sure, am struggling to entertain myself during this time. The urge to go out and enjoy our city is almost unbearable. The good news is: you can. Biking or walking on Dry […]

BargainView – May is Here

BargainView – May is Here

Bargain View By Monica Barber May is here! With the change of month comes frequent sunshiny days, a rise in temperatures, and plenty of time to enjoy it. Ms. M has enjoyed taking many moments after working each day to pause to enjoy the beauty of the season. The best part of being home more […]

9-2-99 Clean Up

9-2-99 Clean Up

Saturday, March 14th – North Bank – All Reaches Clean Up Details● The clean-up is from 9:00 AM – NOON.● Meeting place is The corner of 10th St. and S. Morton Blvd in the parking area under the9th St. Bridge on the north bank of the river.● This cleanup requires a lot of walking and […]

By March 5, 2020 Read More →
FitView: Body Shock Fitness

FitView: Body Shock Fitness

FitView: Body Shock FitnessBy Efren Martinez You’ve been hitting the gym daily and your workouts have become easy. In fact, you feel that your workouts aren’t nearly as hard as they use to be. So why aren’t the results that were seen early on no longer happening? If this sounds familiar it might be because […]

By March 2, 2020 Read More →
Save The Depot

Save The Depot

Save the Depot Modesto was built around the railroad. It is the reason that our city is where it is and why it is planned out like it is. We had a lot of beautiful architecture in the 20s – 50s and most of it got demolished in the name of “seismic” in the 60s. […]